How To have the Best Time with Your Dog On Halloween! This Halloween make it the best Halloween ever and a time you and your best friend will never forget. This Saturday The 31st is Halloween you know what that means. It means you most likely don’t have work and your dog needs your attention and love. Have a fun, spooky, and crafty Halloween with your dog this year, using these tips and DIYs.
First and the thing that looks the cutest on your furry friend are costumes! Dress your dog up in something you always wanted to be or have a joint costume. Like your pup could be a hot dog and you could be the ketchup. There are so many cute dog/human combo costumes. A cute DIY Costume is if you’re dog is a mummy and You’re Cleopatra. You just need to wrap your best friend in gauze! It looks super cute and as long as the gauze is not tight your dog won’t notice at all!
Before you take your cute dressed up pup trick or treating, make some dog treats! My personal and my dog’s favorite are these peanut butter and pumpkin dog treats. There are tons of other dog DIY treats and dog costumes on Pinterest.
2 1/2 cups whole wheat flour
1/2 cup canned pumpkin
2 tablespoons peanut butter
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
Make sure you Preheat oven to 350 degrees before anything. Next mix the flour, peanut butter, eggs, cinnamon, salt, and pumpkin all together in a large bowl. If the dough is to hard to mix add a little water to make the dough workable because ultimately you need a stiff and dry dough. Roll the dough like cookies in ton a ½ inch size then cut with bone cookie cutters or creepy Halloween shapes. Bake for 40 minutes until hard!
For the finale on Saturday you can stay in and cuddle while watching spooky movies with your pet or you can go out and trick or treat! You could also have your dog partake in the giving out candy to the trick or treaters! But if you are trick or treating we recommend you take your dog with you, depending on how comfortable your pet is in their costumes and how well they are trained. You can even get your kids extra candy if you bring a cute well behaved dog. If your dog is friendly and sociable then they’ll have a great time.
Make sure they know the leave it command incase there is candy on the floor somewhere. Bring your treats to reward them for good behavior. LED or reflective collars or leashes are great to help everyone see your pup while playing into the Halloween spirit. Don’t forget the pick up bags incase your dog leaves some presents along the way. Halloween is a great time to bring your dog out and everyone will love taking pictures with your dressed up pup! In the spirit of spooky Halloween you can read about some dogs made into mannequins here Don't Hate Me Because I'm a Mannequin!
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